# First person who can answer this correctly wins

Found 15th Oct 2008
What does the below equal?

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Original Poster

1011
0101+

I bet you £5 you cant figure it out

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dean3988;3207750

reserved

Nothing :?

DLM;3207752

Nothing :?

lol

Mike..

DLM;3207752

Nothing :?

181??

1112?
Are you talking to me now?

bout tree fiddy

erm 1112

its a binary number

1112?

10000

Where's my fiver.

Original Poster

MarzBarz;3207779

181??

no
skusey;3207783

1112?Are you talking to me now?

lol

black gerbil1;3207784

bout tree fiddy

lmao

niggit;3207787

erm 1112

no

HUKD in binary????

Original Poster

Jumpingphil;3207797

10000

yup, you win

black gerbil1;3207784

bout tree fiddy

yawn:?

1110?

Whoops, actually it is 16, lol

Mike..

its a binary number

1 0 0 0 0 = 16

1011 = 10 in binary

0101 = 6 in binary

i was forgetting to count in the first 1,

the numbers start on 1 and then 2 4, 8, 16, a log function.

000000000000 :?

Who really cares? :whistling:

1011 = 8 + 0 + 2 + 1 = 11
0101 = 0 + 4 + 0 + 1 = 5
11+5 = 16

Mike..

Original Poster

MikeBeaver;3207816

Whoops, actually it is 16, lolMike..

Correct also

too late

I have been told that it is definately 11110!

Original Poster

shosie;3207822

its a binary number1 0 0 0 0 = 32 1011 = 22 in binary 0101 = 10 in binary

nope

dean3988;3207831

Correct also

lol mi was right with my binary answer just not the actual numercial answer. i said binary and then didnt find it fast enough, damn

So who won then ?

Mike..

The price of a Big Mac minus that of a medium coke (with no ice)

shosie;3207845

lol mi was right with my binary answer just not the actual numercial … lol mi was right with my binary answer just not the actual numercial answer. i said binary and then didnt find it fast enough, damnfixed my answer lol

u in the electronics/computing field ?

Karim786;3207881

u in the electronics/computing field ?

I done computing at standard grade level similar to GCSE and got a grade one top grade :thumbsup: thats it tho lol

Banned

Aww i was too slow to get my answer in for this, saves me having to remember how to do this again anyway lol

Original Poster

RedIron;3207880

The price of a Big Mac minus that of a medium coke (with no ice)

not a clue

shosie;3207822

its a binary number1 0 0 0 0 = 161011 = 10 in binary 0101 = 6 in binaryi … its a binary number1 0 0 0 0 = 161011 = 10 in binary 0101 = 6 in binaryi was forgetting to count in the first 1,the numbers start on 1 and then 2 4, 8, 16, a log function.

1011 = 11
0101 = 5

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1112.....

Jumpingphil;3207952

1011 = 110101 = 5

8+0+2+1 = 11
0+4+0+1 = 5

Mike..

dean3988;3207750

10110101+I bet you £5 you cant figure it out

Guys its binary, deans a computer nerd Its his first language

MikeBeaver;3208004

I already said that :)8+0+2+1 = 110+4+0+1 = 5Mike..

I know, but Shosie didn't.
That's why I quoted him and not you. :thumbsup:

dean3988;3207920

not a clue

When I worked at McDonalds that was £1.99 - £0.89

I don't know what it is now, that was like 5 years ago I haven't eaten their since

Guys its binary, deans a computer nerd Its his first language

We know, answer given ages ago.
I have been programming computers all my working life ( And that's a looooong time ) until this year when I was made redundant. :thumbsup: